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If you don’t have a cable login, you’ll need to download Peacock to catch the Paralympics.
The Tokyo Olympics may have wrapped up, but the Paralympic Games in Tokyo are just around the corner.
The games (which were also postponed from 2020 because of the pandemic) for athletes with different physical disabilities, many of whom use wheelchairs, start on Aug. 24 with the opening ceremony. Over two weeks of archery, swimming, wheelchair basketball, sitting volleyball, and more will once again be broadcast through NBC.
But to catch any of the 1,200 hours of events, you need to figure out your streaming situation.
If you have internet-based TV services, like any of these below, you can also watch NBC and other channels with Paralympics coverage. You could consider subscribing just for a month or signing up for a trial period to catch the Paralympics and then cancel.
- Hulu with Live TV ($65 per month)
- YouTube TV ($65 per month)
- fuboTV ($65 per month)
- AT&T TV‘s Ultimate Package ($95 per month)
- Sling TV (starting at $35 per month)
For non-cable subscribers, it’s once again trickier to catch the games, especially for live coverage, since there’s a huge time difference between the U.S. and Japan. Your mainoption is to download NBC’s streaming app, Peacock.